This dataset captures primary rupture features along a ~200m long stretch of the 4 April 2010 M 7.2 El Mayor-Cucapah earthquake rupture in northern Baja California, Mexico. This dataset covers in higher resolution sections of the rupture captured by the El Mayor-Cucapah Earthquake (4 April 2010) Rupture Lidar Scan. The scans were collected along the northern Borrego fault over a period of 4 days beginning 16 April 2010, 12 days following the earthquake. This particular dataset covers a section of the rupture across a raised alluvial fan surface where displacements are relatively concentrated along a single fault, with some localized antithetic normal and reverse slip. Depending on how the data is processed and visualized, cm- to m-scale fault scarps, fault free-face striations, displacements defined by offset geomorphic features and cm-scale alluvial fan textures are all visible. Vegetation classification was performed manually in an immersive 3D virtual reality CAVE. This dataset includes intensity-scaled point-coloring. Surveyors: Peter Gold and Austin Elliott, UC Davis
Data acquisition and data processing and classification at the UC Davis KeckCAVES was supported by the Southern California Earthquake Center, which is supported by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and the National Science Foundation (NSF).